DRIFTWORKS R32 300ZX Z32 FRONT UPPER CAMBER ARMS

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Driftworks Adjustable Front Camber Arms – Nissan Skyline R32 300ZX Z32

Overview:

Simple to fit and adjustable on-car.
High quality Japanese made bearings to cope with the rigours of day to day use and abuse.
Wide range of travel, can reduce camber for tyre wear purposes or increase camber for improved handling.
Replaces worn standard bushes, a common failure on R32s and Z32s.

Full Description

Simple to fit and adjustable on-car.
High quality Japanese made bearings to cope with the rigours of day to day use and abuse.
Wide range of travel, can reduce camber for tyre wear purposes or increase camber for improved handling.
Replaces worn standard bushes, a common failure on R32s and Z32s.
The Driftworks adjustable front camber arms allow precise adjustment of the camber on the front of any R32 GTS, R32 GTR or Z32 300ZX. They are easily adjusted by loosening two pinch bolts and rotating the centre section.

Ideal for road and track cars alike, either to reduce excess negative camber on a road car and reduce tyre wear in the process, or to dial in the perfect setting for a fast road, track or drift car. Aside from that, they replace the most common MOT failure on an R32 or Z32 chassis, the front upper arm bushes. More cost effective than replacing the stock bushes, longer lasting and provide a dramatic improvement to the handling!

All DW suspension products are designed and tested for rigorous use. They are made to DW’s own exacting specifications, using high load Japanese three piece bearings, and strong welds. Do not confuse these products with cheap imitations that use dangerous bearings, poor quality materials and insufficient welding.

Additional Information

SKU DWFCAMADJSKY
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UK/EU Stock

Condition

New

Car Model

Nissan Skyline

Tags

adjustable suspension arms for sale uk, drift suspension parts,

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